Ending a religious policy of the BJP: Ibobi – The Sangai Express

Our correspondent
IMPHAL, Feb 19: Former Chief Minister and PLC leader Okram Ibobi has claimed that the state will face a difficult and uncertain future if the BJP’s agenda, such as advocating for one religion, continues.
He made the statement during the flag hoisting ceremony of INC candidate for Kumbi AC Dr Kh Romesh held at Kumbi Khuga Wangma today.
The former Chief Minister went on to say that the level of politics that some Kumbi AC defectors indulge in is rather embarrassing as the person seems to take the masses for granted.
Affirming that many development projects have been undertaken in the constituency under the Congress regime, such as the installation of a 33 KV transformer and the improvement of road conditions, among others, Ibobi affirmed that the Congress would obtain the majority in the next elections and fulfill the aspiration of the people. again.
Claiming that the constituency is now lacking in many areas due to the insincerity of the elected leader, the PLC leader urged the rally to humiliate the politician who considers the masses as his property and not hand over their mandate to those who change allegiance at random.
He further urged the rally not to give their precious votes to the BJP, which frequently undermines the principles of democracy.
Sugnu AC MLA K Ranjit who also attended the ceremony said Manipur is in a difficult position today as the state government headed by Chief Minister N Biren Singh was formed in an unnatural manner .
Continuing that BJP-led governments at the center and the state are infamous for sabotaging the democratic ethos, the MP said the foul play started when the BJP was asked to form the government.
They also used unethical means to choose the Rajya Sabha member as three MPs were disqualified, he added.
If this party is not abolished while it is due, the state will be in trouble, Ranjit said and urged the people to support the Congress in the elections.
Saying that the BJP-led government at the center has divested many of the nation’s assets to big business, including Bir Tikendrajit International Airport in Imphal, the MP went on to say that the Congress chose to form an alliance with five leftist parties in order to save the State and the Nation as a whole.
Claiming that the Ujjwala program that the BJP is proud of is just an LPG venture while Go to Hills is just a visit by elected leaders, he asked what benefits would the Go to Hills mission bring to locals from the hill districts if the chief minister visited the remote areas by helicopter and returned to the valley on the same day.
Although the districts of Manipur have been divided into sixteen by the Congress for better administration, there are no SP and DC offices in the majority of the districts even today, he added.

Minnie J. Leonard